Lakhimpur uproar / Former Congress MP Akhilesh Das s nephew was also in the vehicle behind the jeep the injured man claimed in the video

Zoom News : Oct 06, 2021, 05:44 AM
Lakhimpur uproar : New videos are coming out one after the other regarding the Lakhimpur uproar and are becoming increasingly viral. Now a new video has surfaced. In this, an injured person is claiming in front of the police that Ankit Das, nephew of former Congress MP Akhilesh Das, was also in the convoy of Minister Ajay Mishra. One of the three vehicles of the convoy was a Fortuner vehicle. The car also belonged to Ankit Das.

In this video aired on ABP News, the injured man is telling the policeman that he hails from Hussainganj in Lucknow and was sitting in Ankit Das's car. He works in writing and reading with Ankit Das. He had come from Lucknow with 5 people to attend the program of Lakhimpur. In front of them in the convoy, the Thar jeep was going crushing the people standing on the road.

 Ankit Das's black Fortuner car was following the jeep. Meanwhile, the crowd standing outside attacked them. The person refused to know about whose Thar jeep belonged and who were the people in it.

Significantly, the driver of the Thar jeep and a BJP leader named Shubham Mishra sitting in it were beaten to death by the mob with sticks. Another BJP leader, Sumit Jaiswal, who was sitting in the jeep, escaped from the spot and saved his life. The video of a jeep crushing people has also gone viral. Apart from this, Sumit Jaiswal is also seen running out of the jeep in another video. Sumit says that if he did not run away from the spot, people would have beaten him to death too.

Eight people died, FIR on 14 including minister's son

Eight people, including four farmers, have died in the Lakhimpur violence. The UP government has approved a compensation of Rs 45 lakh to each farmer's family and a demand for government jobs. A case has been registered against 14 people including Ashish Mishra, son of Union Minister of State for Home Ajay Mishra Teni. However, no arrest has been made so far. The opposition parties are continuously pressurizing the government regarding this.

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